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Herald and News by Lacey Jarrell 12/18/15
< This juvenile sucker is in the rarest life-stage, between 2 and 4 years old. Several agencies are working to increase endangered Lost River and shortnose sucker populations. Both species were give protections under the Endangered Species Act in 1988.
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